Thursday, April 17, 2014 8:58 am
Montgomery Blair High School's Online Student Newspaper
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Caroline Gabriel

Online News Editor

Stories Authored (43)

Warm days, fun concerts

Forget partying

SilverChef: Winter Símores

Not your average Tex-Mex restaurant

Eat the food, lose the weight

Last minute DIY Halloween costumes

SCO Says: Girlfriends, weather and homecoming experiences

New Maryland gun law beneficial

NewsChips: 16 and 17 year-olds can vote in Takoma Park

Save the last dance

Blair baseball knocked out of playoffs

Baseball advances to second round

Baseball loses on Senior Night

SilverStyle: Last minute prom dress options

Damascus edges out Blair

Whitman baseball beats Blair

The Blair Boogie: Local concerts this spring and summer

Baseball loses to top-ranked Poolesville

Varsity baseball demolishes Kennedy

Japanese students visit Blair

Moving forwards while looking backwards

The Blair Boogie: Overplaying songs ruins good music

"Dark Skies" for the horror genre

"Into the Woods" cast smaller than other musicals'

NewsChips: Buying guns should be illegal already

SilverStyle: Vogue's fashion spread distorts Hurricane Sandy relief

Couch Potato: "Pretty Little Liars" keeps us guessing

SilverStyle: Dapper outfit ideas for New Year's Eve

Increase in drug busts at Blair

Couch Potato: Boy's daughter "Meets World"

Blazers participate in career course at H&M

Health Chips: Don't go ham on your turkey this Thanksgiving

New rule for blood drive

SCOping out the best local coffee shops and cafes

Ralph did not "Wreck-it"

The Blair Boogie: Taylor Swift's new album is "red" hot

Students participate in diversity training

Capitol Steps to perform again for After Prom fundraiser

Couch Potato: Jess and the gang return for another "adorkable" season

Blazers' bands perform at "Blair's Got Talent"

A new way for Green Day

DC celebrates LGBT community

Mad for Madagascar

Galleries (2) S'mores cookie bars

Pictures (8)

An assortment of organizations set up booths to inform passerbys.
On Pennsylvania Avenue, a large stage was set up where various musical groups from the LGBT community performed for a joyous crowd.